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(CO6) Market research indicates that a new product has the
potential to make the company an additional $3.8 million, with a
standard deviation of $1.9 million. If this estimate was based on a
sample of 10 customers from a normally distributed data set, what
would be the 90% confidence interval?

(2.00, 5.60)

(1.90, 5.71)

(2.70, 4.90)

(2.51, 5.09)

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